ANKARA — Blue Book, which contains eyewitness account of the Armenian Genocide, has been sent to the Turkish parliament by post, Agos reports.
The Turkish publisher Ragip Zarakolu reminded journalists of what happened four years ago.
“Like school students, the MPs were protected from ‘dan-edom there [in Turkish parliament],” he said.
The books, which were delivered four years ago, have been re-sent to the MPs – from Speaker Cemil Çiçek to Ertugrul Kürkçü, a member of the Human Right Committee.
Ara Sarafian, Director of the London-based Gomidas Institute, presented the book. He reminded the journalists that it was written in 1916 by the British Parliament on the basis of eyewitness accounts.